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Promoting Literacy through Technology and the Performing Arts. By: Caroline Barnes, Gianna Limone, and Wei-Ju Chen. Choose a Poem. STRANGER, if you passing meet me and desire to speak to me, why should you not speak to me? And why should I not speak to you? -Walt Whitman (1819-1892).

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Promoting Literacy through Technology and the Performing Arts

By: Caroline Barnes, Gianna Limone, and Wei-Ju Chen


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Choose a Poem Arts

STRANGER, if you passing meet me and desire to speak to me, why should you not speak to me? And why should I not speak to you?

-Walt Whitman (1819-1892)


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The first word is capitalized Arts

Written to someone specific

Why is this poem in the New York City subway?

What is the point of this poem?

Is this poem relevant to society today?

How does this poem reflect society when it was written? Now?

STRANGER, if you passing meet me and desire to speak to me, why should you not speak to me? And why should I not speak to you?

-Walt Whitman (1819-1892)

Observations and Questions



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Animation Arts

Many still shots played in sequence


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Music and Poetry Arts

To You



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Perform set dance forms in formal and informal contexts and will improvise, create, and perform dances based on their own movement ideas. They will demonstrate an understanding of choreographic principles, processes, and structures and of the roles of various participants in dance productions.

Know how to access dance and dance-related material from libraries, resource centers, museums, studios, and performance spaces. Students will know various career possibilities in dance and recreational opportunities to dance. Students will attend dance events and participate as appropriate within each setting.

Express through written and oral language their understanding, interpretation, and evaluation of dances they see, do, and read about. Students will acquire the critical vocabulary to talk and write about a variety of dance forms.

Know dances from many cultures and times and recognize their relationship to various cultural, social, and historic contexts. Students will recognize that dance is performed in many different cultural settings and serves many functions in diverse societies.

Compose original music and perform music written by others. They will understand and use the basic elements of music in their performances and compositions. Students will engage in individual and group musical and music-related tasks, and will describe the various roles and means of creating, performing, recording, and producing music.

Use traditional instruments, electronic instruments, and a variety of nontraditional sound sources to create and perform music. They will use various resources to expand their knowledge of listening experiences, performance opportunities, and/or information about music. Students will identify opportunities to contribute to their communities’ music institutions, including those embedded in other institutions (church choirs, industrial music ensembles, etc.). Students will know the vocations and avocations available to them in music.

Demonstrate the capacity to listen to and comment on music. They will relate their critical assertions about music to its aesthetic, structural, acoustic, and psychological qualities. Students will use concepts based on the structure of music’s content and context to relate music to other broad areas of knowledge. They will use concepts from other disciplines to enhance their understanding of music.

Develop a performing and listening repertoire of music of various genres, styles, and cultures that represent the peoples of the world and their manifestations in the United States. Students will recognize the cultural features of a variety of musical compositions and performances and understand the functions of music within the culture.

Arts EducationStandards


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Options for future study will improvise, create, and perform dances based on their own movement ideas. They will demonstrate an understanding of choreographic principles, processes, and structures and of the roles of various participants in dance productions.

  • Students compose or pick music

  • Create movies through still shots

  • Create a moving movie

  • Music variations

  • Animations

  • Choose different poems

  • Groups or individuals


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